HolidayIQ – Top Summer Destinations 2010

Bangalore, India (PRWEB) April 25, 2010

A summertime getaway generally meant a couple of days in the sun soaked Goa, for the Western Indian of course. And for the South Indian, it was a trip to Ooty. Shimla was the spot to be for people in the North. But not so any far more.

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People spots which a single would generally not take into account as a attainable vacation destination a few years in the past, for whatever reasons it may possibly have been, are now getting mainstream. “A situation in level,” says Hari Nair, founder of HolidayIQ “would be Digha in West Bengal or Dandeli in Karnataka. These spots which attracted the odd traveller so far have caught the fancy of an escalating number of holiday goers. This could be simply since they are less explored and today’s traveller desires to explore new spots. Brand developing by tourism boards has also assisted.”

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HolidayIQ has been tracking location popularity and traveller preferences more than past many seasons. Going by the content material that customers check out on HolidayIQ, the discussions that they engage in on HolidayIQ’s Q&ampA Forum and more importantly primarily based on the booking requests that consumers submit on HolidayIQ, the checklist of most popular travel destination this summertime include Ganpatipule and Mahabaleshwar in Maharashtra, Coorg in Karnataka, Kodaikanal and Ooty in Tamil Nadu, Munnar in Kerala, Ladakh in J&ampK, Gangtok in Sikkim, Manali in Himachal Pradesh and Darjeeling in West Bengal.

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Apart from this, there is an intriguing listing of locations that are rapidly emerging as well-known holiday destinations. While they are not as sought after as the ‘most well-known destinations’, going by the trend, they will quickly be amid them. This kind of a listing for this summertime include Auli in Uttaranchal, Mount Abu in Rajasthan, Arakku-Valley in Andhra Pradesh, Digha in West Bengal, Tarkarli in Maharashtra and Dandeli in Karnataka.

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According to HolidayIQ, such adjustments in travelling pattern can be explained. “There is usually far more awareness amid individuals about getaway destinations. World wide web and a lot more particularly travel sites like HolidayIQ play a important role in exposing holiday choices and choices to the traveller” elaborates Hari. “Thanks to the ability of the typical traveller to invest increased amounts and the require of today’s vacationer for varied choices, a lot of new locations are getting well-liked. The younger generation desires journey, they search for exotic areas and are ready to travel longer distances.” That is why locations as far as Ladakh and as remote as Gangtok as well are on the tourist circuit these days.

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HolidayIQ’s analysis has thrown up some surprises with respect to overseas destinations. A lot more vacationers appear to be opting for Australia and New Zealand as compared to the traditional vacation spots like United kingdom and USA. Otherwise, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand proceed to be amongst the most common locations, possibly due to proximity and reduce budgets. Yet again, locations like Maldives and Mauritius are breaking into the popularity checklist.

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HolidayIQ has a partnered with a meticulously selected set of travel partners across the nation in buy to deal with the requests of its customers. These partners are treated as “destination experts” and chosen for their in-depth knowing of particular locations their ability to reply to the requirements of the consumers. Publish the vacation season HolidayIQ expects to publish its annual Vacation Intelligence Report, which supplies valuable insights into the travel trends in India in basic and actionable data to the gamers in the travel market.

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Pay a visit to http://www.holidayiq.com for info on Locations, Hotels, Resorts, Home-stays and other accommodation alternatives in India.

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About HolidayIQ.com

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HolidayIQ.com is owned &amp operated by Leisure &amp Life-style Data Services Personal Limited, based in Bangalore, India. Formerly named India Resorts Survey, HolidayIQ started operations in April 2004, focusing on generating India’s 1st travel community and acquiring the community to contribute suggestions on tourism destinations and hotels across India.

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